No one ever thought what people commented on social media do reach these politicians. In most cases the chief in commander of the Economic Freedom Fighters Julius Sello Malema will be associated with Flip Floppers because people said he is unreliable more especially with his decisions.
This is After initially defending the divisive posters in KwaZulu-Natal province, Democratic Alliance leader John Steenhuisen made an about-turn on Thursday 07th October 2021, distancing himself from the controversy.
At first John Steenhuisen defended the democratic Alliance’s posters in Phoenix which were praising people in that area whom are believed to have murdered more than 35 black people during the unrest in KwaZulu-Natal province.
Unfortunately somw believed that There's no flip flopping. He didn't admit that he was wrong. Their apology wasn't even genuine. They removed the posters based on them being unsanctioned, not that they were wrong.
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